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development, most of the country enjoying very good weather, parts of wisconsin, florida, not so much, but, generally, the rule of thumb on this is, if the weather is good, advantage democrats. they are more inclined to go to the polls and less so when the weather is bad. that is the old saying. do you buy that? >>guest: i do, the voter intensity is on romney's side. so, more of the romney supporters are willing to stand in line in bad weather, wisconsin and florida obviously battleground states, so, having good weather across the country is an advantage for obama but having some rain in wisconsin and florida could help romney. they used to rain in florida but that is it. the enthusiasm is on the g.o.p. side. >>neil: you talk about usually voting and versus later voting with better than 30 million americans having already voted and that changes the cram ma. significantly so? do you want to break it down? >>guest: the obama campaign is nervous about the youth vote and excited about president obama in 2008 and less so four years later so they were urging students to vote early before electio
pennsylvania and romney had a connection problem, the second oldest state to florida and obamacare has been unpopular and the question is, the suburbs in 2004 which have an even remember registration they went no john kerry and for al gore. if they swing back the way they does and the crowd you saw last night in bucks county, pennsylvania is in play. but the problem, the republicans, and i have described it as unlike ohio and virginia where everyone poured money and they have been poisoned with the attention and pennsylvania is late putting in $20 million, romney and the republicans and they flooded 9 state and one poll which has a great reputation is dead even. >>neil: how much is the bill clinton influence, he is campaigning. will he be a exercise? his wife won the primarily in pennsylvania easily. how do you think that effect is? >>pat: it helps. we are beyond the campaigning part. right new people are making up their mines and moving. the question is, is there coalescing along in otherwise we are in for a long night or long week. >>neil: careful on "the week." but popular vote is tight.
chooses to run. >> let's talk about another florida favorite, florida senator rubio, he is young, there has been a lot talk he could get the hispanic vote, that is what republicans need. what do you think of his prospects of winning or running? >>guest: have good. i can't imagine, though, that senator rubio and jeb bush who have been allies and supportive of one another would run against one another. i just don't think that will happen. so, either one will run or the other will run and jill bush is 59, that is a young man, let me stress, but rubio is 41, so, rubio can afford to wait if it comes down to the fact that jeb bush wants to run. >> any other favorites? quickly? >> gosh, literally cast of thousands. you have everyone and his brother and sister talking about running. chris christie, my governor, governor martinez in new mexico, bobby jindal, governor of louisiana, and you don't have enough time left if your show to go through the list. >> you were very successful in your predictions and we will keep checking in with you, but neil cavuto is a man of his word and he paid yo
of the delay. >>neil: why me if this is true but in hurricane prone states like florida, a lot gas stations have to have backup generators for just such a con a contingen. that could save a hot of grief. but the longer you go on seeing this the more you can see a steep run up in prices. >>guest: you could. you could see stations raise prices but they have not had to pay more for the gasoline so passing its on to the customers is gouging. it is egregious to see the prices rise. they have not had to pay more and they should not pass it on to consumers. you could see a price increase. after everyone calms down you will see refineries delayed getting the heating oil supplies. right now the prices are low and there is plenty of supply but it could change. >>neil: thank you. the next time you see a politician commending themselves, look at the pictures, the lines, this mess. it is not good. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about low-cost investing. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're committed to offering you tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 low-cost investment options-- tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like our exchan
florida to southern california. people have their tent, tvs and computers to pass the time. so they can then be first in line to buy new tvs and computers and more. you can forget the old thanksgiving tradition. >> we have a couple of air mattresss, so comfortable sleeping. propane heat. it stays 90-degrees. most of the comfort at home. >> a lot of us out here that are six or seven in line have done it for years. a thanksgiving family outside our family. the savings we get by doing this is incredible. i mean, i save anywhere from 1,000 to $2,000. >> reporter: and the best part of camping out five or six days ahead of the actual black friday in case you didn't know it, it is, of course you get to be the front of the mob that storms the store in the classic black friday mite night freak out. national survey of america finds 147 million americans do plan to shop for the holidays this friday, saturday or sunday. slightly down from last year. as will we can only hope the incidents of loss. >> something tells me that you are not a black friday thanksgiving camper, are you? >> i'm just not tha
folks do? >>guest: well, of course, california comes to florida the difference between england and the united states, in great britain you can by living a year abroad and coming back for 89 years, you can get out of the income tax and capital gains. in the united states, you are a tax captive worldwide for life but can you escape the huge taxes on spending and sales tax and of course all the charges and fees that the governments now charge in addition to the taxes. so an american can escape somewhat but not as effectively as the british. when margaret thatcher reduced the tax we saw an explosion of enterprise and of course a wave of tax revenue came rolling in. we were able to have a debt repayment schedule and the tax emigres came back from the tax havens that remain in the british empire like bahamas and elsewhere. >>neil: john, always a pleasure, if no for other reason than your british accent is better than stuart varney's accent. thank you very much. thank you, john. in the meantime, the man who brokers some pretty night deals for lawrence taylor, what about this one betwe
in florida, when you ask a question, shut up and listen to the answer. your guests are trying to explain something and you keep interrupting. rude as hell. jim, it's rude if they are explaining. not so if they are just avoiding. the fiscal cliff yapping politicians who'd rather spout speeches than offer solutions. a lot of avoiding going on here. very few specifics. you might it rude to interrupt the speech, i find it rude to allow one. bretty in new mexico writes -- i understand the need to prevent them rambling on, but if that is what they are going to do, why bother booking them? to get answers, betty. if they're not answering or are stonewalling i have to step in. some argue i don't step in enough. from carl in new york -- you let democrats spin and spin. elen nash detroit -- curious after you never go after a republican, don't you think? are they watching the same show? sal in new jersey -- you are a gutless, spine lest laptop to whatever guest you are suck up to. if you don't have it in you to challenge how do i get it to your boss? i could have him fire you. ann -- you are an igno
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